Thursday, January 18, 2018

If you run your practice like a business, you'll grow and prosper




If you run your practice like a business, you'll grow and prosper
"...Starting with the team, Laura shows us how to better communicate our expectations to every position within our office. From big-picture ideas like determining why we come in to the office every day, all the way to the fine details of how patient hand offs should be executed, this book offers complete solutions for enhancing your practice's performance. By increasing and improving our communication, we become better leaders and better dentists, thanks to Laura Hatch!

-Joshua Austin, DDS MAGD, Private Practice, Managing Editor, Dental Economics "Pearls for Your Practice" and Product Navigator E-Newsletter


Are you tired of feeling like you're on your own as the owner of your dental practice?
You can take control of your team for faster growth and greater profits.
In Step Away From the Drill, dental front-office training pioneer Laura Hatch shows you how to:
  • Use your "why" to drive your practice
  • Learn to communicate like a leader
  • Set clear expectations that get dynamic results
  • Motivate your team to keep hitting your goals
Experience greater control. Have more fun in your dental office. Sky-rocket your profits!
It's all possible when you step away from the drill.
PO Box 1223
Conifer Colorado 80433-1223
USA

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Reality Therapy by Sarah Elliston

2018 issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine published Jan. 1st (on Calameo.com & Issuu.com), Sarah Elliston wrote REALITY THERAPY article and interview featured in it. Follows are the links:
Main Link for the Magazine:

REALITY THERAPY feature on Page 64-65


7 Steps for Healing the Body, Mind, Spirit, Soul, and Mother Earth







Dr. Ani Kalayjian is living proof that there is a reason people from all over the globe choose to immigrate to America. It was her desire to come to this country with the hopes and the dreams of being free, to receive a good education, find a good occupation, and exercise her human rights. While transcending adolescence and gender discrimination in her former country, she has found a higher level of caring and healthy practices for the prevention of disease and promotion of holistic health, educating the mind and the heart. Her analogy of peeling an onion describes how she found her inner core, the gem, the jewel and the diamond that is her. 

Forget Me Not is a book about your self-care. Everyone seems to think they have been caring for themselves for a very long time. This book will guide you to another level of caring which will support and enrich the healthy practice that you already have. It will aid you in prevention of disease and promotion of holistic health, educating the mind and the heart, and finally, sharing concepts like Horizontal Violence and Generational Transmission of Trauma, which are integral parts of self-care. Remember that healing is just like peeling an onion. The next layer may burn your eyes, cause a temporary distress, but as you continue taking layer and layer off, you find the core inside. Then you find the gem, the jewel and the diamond that is you. If you want to feel, experience, or see your inner-authentic healing gifts and wisdom, then this book is especially for you. 

There are seven sections that tell the story. Part I deals with the Author's childhood, the root of her issues and traumas that guide her to the integrative healing modality. In Part II she shares her adolescence and the gender discrimination she endured before her immigration

In Part III, she shares her immigration experience to the United States of America, one of hopes and dreams of being free and able to receive a good education, find a good occupation, and the freedom to exercise her human rights. Part IV is about the transformation from trauma as she begins reaching out to help humanity around the globe. 

In Part VI, the author shares her story about healing another layer of herself and the 7-Step Integrative Healing Model successfully transforming victims to victors. In the last part, Part VII, the author provides the reader valuable information that the reader can use to print, post, frame, and use for their daily emotional and health needs. In reading  each part, you the reader will find yourself reflecting on your own childhood and your relationships with your parents and siblings, considering your sibling order--what it means to you, and what it meant to your parents and other members of your extended family. Open your heart and applying to your life, make it your own.
PO Box 1223
Conifer Colorado 80433-1223
USA

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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Contest Winner, Salvatore Buttaci

 Thank you to all that entered this Poetry Contest.

First Place: Let's Applaud The Kingdoms by Salvatore Buttaci

Salvatore wins a $30.00 check and an autographed copy of I Passed This Way by Patricia Crandall.

Thank you to all who entered this contest. Although your poems did not win they are worthy choices and I hope you consider this Contest again next year. It will be announced in fb and on my blog.

Let me leave you with this Toast by Charles Chigna

Here's to creativity,
to paths outside our comfort zone
where each new block is not a rock,
but just a stepping stone.


Tuesday, January 16, 2018

7 Steps for Healing Your Body, Mind, Spirit, Soul, and Mother Earth




7 Steps for Healing Your Body, Mind, Spirit, Soul, and Mother Earth
Dr. Ani Kalayjian is living proof that there is a reason people from all over the globe choose to immigrate to America. It was her desire to come to this country with the hopes and the dreams of being free, to receive a good education, find a good occupation, and exercise her human rights. While transcending adolescence and gender discrimination in her former country, she has found a higher level of caring and healthy practices for the prevention of disease and promotion of holistic health, educating the mind and the heart. Her analogy of peeling an onion describes how she found her inner core, the gem, the jewel and the diamond that is her. 

Forget Me Not is a book about your self-care. Everyone seems to think they have been caring for themselves for a very long time. This book will guide you to another level of caring which will support and enrich the healthy practice that you already have. It will aid you in prevention of disease and promotion of holistic health, educating the mind and the heart, and finally, sharing concepts like Horizontal Violence and Generational Transmission of Trauma, which are integral parts of self-care. Remember that healing is just like peeling an onion. The next layer may burn your eyes, cause a temporary distress, but as you continue taking layer and layer off, you find the core inside. Then you find the gem, the jewel and the diamond that is you. If you want to feel, experience, or see your inner-authentic healing gifts and wisdom, then this book is especially for you. 

There are seven sections that tell the story. Part I deals with the Author's childhood, the root of her issues and traumas that guide her to the integrative healing modality. In Part II she shares her adolescence and the gender discrimination she endured before her immigration

In Part III, she shares her immigration experience to the United States of America, one of hopes and dreams of being free and able to receive a good education, find a good occupation, and the freedom to exercise her human rights. Part IV is about the transformation from trauma as she begins reaching out to help humanity around the globe. 

In Part VI, the author shares her story about healing another layer of herself and the 7-Step Integrative Healing Model successfully transforming victims to victors. In the last part, Part VII, the author provides the reader valuable information that the reader can use to print, post, frame, and use for their daily emotional and health needs. In reading  each part, you the reader will find yourself reflecting on your own childhood and your relationships with your parents and siblings, considering your sibling order--what it means to you, and what it meant to your parents and other members of your extended family. Open your heart and applying to your life, make it your own.
PO Box 1223
Conifer Colorado 80433-1223
USA

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Friday, December 29, 2017

Interview with Sarah Elliston





1.    Give a brief synopsis of your book, Lessons From a Difficult Person?
Sarah Elliston never realized she was "a difficult person." She wasn't intentionally mean-spirited. She was just trying to do what she thought was RIGHT!   A kind boss woke her up with great compassion, and strength.  This began a transformation journey towards the woman teaching others how to deal with difficult people.  The book describes her experience and offers readers an opportunity to explore their relationship with a difficult person.  She offers exercises in how to awaken the challenging personality, and improve the relationship
 
2.    What got you into writing? 
            I have always loved to write and did well in school and in my professional reports.  I              have always journaled and when all else fails, I find writing clears my mind. 
 
3.    What genres do you like to read?
My favorite books are about fictional crime solving, and mysteries.  I like historical fiction and I enjoy poetry.  I find poetry challenging to write but I love to read something where the exact word paints a picture for the senses. 
 
 
4.    What made you decide to write this particular book?
I wrote this particular book because I was teaching workshops on Dealing with Difficult People and wanted to share my concepts of healing with more people.  Participants wanted a level two workshop and I thought having the book would help them remember the concepts as well as take time to really do the suggested exercises. 
 
5.    How much time and effort do you put into marketing?
Not very much. I like talking about the content but  I find it difficult to just throw it out at people.
 
6.    Do you have any works in mind that you've not yet written?  If so, what are they?
Well, one title is "Everything I needed to know about relationships I learned by being a volunteer coordinator."  And the other one is another Lessons From a Difficult Person book, it is about how people change, how I changed, and again, what others can do to help us change. 
 
7.    If there is one thing that stands out about your writing, what is it?  
I am willing to be vulnerable, to share my personal thoughts, feelings, and experience.  My writing is literal and concrete.  I explain things well and I always throw in some humor.  People aren't usually confused about what I am saying. 
 
8.    What inspired you to write your book?
I went to a weekend workshop where I was told I could write a book in 4 days.  I got so involved in it that I couldn't stop.  I am very personally invested In the content. 
 
9.    Where can potential readers find your work?
 
10.              Where can readers connect with you socially online?
Yes, I have a Facebook author page, Sarah Elliston Author and my twitter handle is @mainesam (because I went to school there) and I am on LinkedIn as Sarah H. Elliston.  The best way to contact me is through the website. 
 

 

 
  

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

CONTEST- $30.00 plus autograph book (Time is running out)


CONTEST – No Fee

Prize: $30.00 and an autographed copy of I Passed This Way by Patricia Crandall (a book of poetry).

Write a poem about nature. The poem needs to be under 32 lines or it won’t be accepted. Keep it clean. Any style.

Judges:
Patricia Crandall, author of Melrose, Then and Now, a historical volume, I Passed This Way, a poetry collection, The Dog Men, a thriller, Tales of an Upstate New York Bottle Miner, non-fiction, and Pat's Collectibles, a collection of short stories. She is writing a y/a thriller about child sex trafficking titled The Red Gondola and the Cova.

Linda Barnett-Johnson, Virtual Assistant for authors. She writes for Writers on the Move, has been published on Long Story Short and other online ezines as well as a story in The Color Gallery, an anthology of World’s Great Short Stories. She enjoys writing short stories and poetry.

The contest starts now, so get your creative writing caps on.

Please post it on Patricia Crandall’s Author Page –https://www.facebook.com/pcrandall123

The contest will end December 31, 2017. The winning poem will be announced January 31, 2018